CommQuest Services launches podcast series aimed at spotlighting those in recovery
(Canton, Ohio) – CommQuest Services is announcing the debut of HOPE discovered; a podcast series where individuals in recovery from addiction and mental illness provide a firsthand account of their life’s journey.
Powered by CommQuest Services and hosted by Bill, the podcast’s mission is to provide powerful perspectives on recovery that are inspirational and educational.
CommQuest Services CEO, Keith Hochadel, commented on the podcast series saying, “At CommQuest we continue to look for ways to share the message that recovery from mental illness and addiction is possible. This new podcast series is just another example of highlighting the hope that our clinicians, nurses, and doctors provide to clients on a daily basis.”
The podcast series will feature two new episodes per month highlighting individuals who have struggled with an addiction or mental illness and have achieved long-term recovery through community-based treatment. The first month’s episodes feature the stories of two current CommQuest employees who are in long-term sobriety.
Episode 1 features the story of Michelle, a wife, and mother, who struggled with substance abuse for several years. After entering treatment, Michelle not only got sober but also reclaimed her family, and today works in the treatment facility that taught her that there was more to life than addiction.
Episode 2 features CommQuest CEO, Keith Hochadel. In this episode, Keith takes listeners through his journey which includes how owning a pharmacy contributed to his addiction, which eventually led to Keith losing his pharmacy license. After going through treatment, Keith’s life passion became about helping those struggling with addiction. Starting as a midnight technician, he went back to school to receive a degree in counseling and eventually worked his way to becoming the CEO of one of Ohio’s largest treatment providers.
HOPE discovered is available for download by visiting CommQuest.org, Spreaker, iTunes, TuneIn, and Stitcher.